10 Vegan Protein Bars

10 Vegan Protein Bars

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We set out to rank the 10 best vegan protein bars. I try to eat healthy, whole food as much as I can. And I don't buy into the protein myth that everyone needs to be eating a ton of protein. Vegan food has more than enough protein. But for heavy stress days, days where I will be on the road a lot, or when I am in beast mode working out a lot I find that a high quality vegan protein bar is perfect for a high quality calorie boost.

It can be difficult to find a quick vegan protein-filled snack whether it be a basic protein bar or some other vegan option. Unfortunately, many of the protein bars currently available rely on whey proteins derived from cow's milk. There are a few low calorie protein bars without soy and made from pea or rice proteins that are great for vegans. To honor all vegan athletes and fitness enthusiasts, we have compiled a list of 10 vegan protein bars that you must try. Some of these contain affiliate links which helps our site financially.

probar meal protein bar

1. ProBar Meal. One of the more expensive vegan-friendly protein bars on our list, these non-GMO protein bars are made with high-quality ingredients and provide vegans with 8-11g of protein in each bar and a calorie count of 360-390.  I love the fact that they are organic. There are many flavors so check the ingredients on every flavor you like. My favorite is the peanut butter.

simply protein bar

2. Simply Protein Bar. Certified vegan, preservative free and featuring simple recipes that contain a dozen or fewer ingredients. This bar features soy and pea based proteins, a low 140 calorie count but a dense 16g of protein. I will say this for all bars mentioned in this article. Check the ingredients for the flavor you are considering buying since they offer many.

My best “value priced' vegan protein bars are on the next page below.


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